TP-LINK’s Archer C50 comes with the next generation Wi-Fi standard – 802.11ac, 3 times faster than wireless N speeds and delivering a combined wireless data transfer rate of up to 1.2Gbps. With 300Mbps over the 2.4GHz band and 867Mbps wireless speeds over the crystal clear 5GHz band, the Archer C50 is the superior choice for seamless HD streaming, online gaming and other bandwidth-intensive tasks.
1.2Gbps Dual Band Connections for Lag-Free Work and Entertainment
The Archer C50 operates over both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, ensuring amazing wireless performance. Simultaneous Dual Band offers you the flexibility of two dedicated networks – with multiple times the bandwidth for your needs. Simple tasks like sending e-mails or web browsing can be handled by the 2.4GHz band while bandwidth intensive tasks like online gaming or HD video streaming can be processed by the 5GHz band – all at the same time.
2 External Antennas for Optimal Coverage
With 2 external antennas combined with high quality antenna technology, you can maintain high speeds across greater distances. This provides you with optimal wireless coverage and reliability from anywhere in your large home or office.
USB Port for Storage and Sharing
With USB 2.0 port, you can share a printer locally and files & media with networked devices or remotely via FTP server.
Guest Network Access provides secure Wi-Fi access for guests sharing your home or office network.
Parental Control allows parents or administrators to establish restricted access policies for children or staff.
Archer C50 supports IPv6, the next generation of Internet protocol, helping you to future proof your network.
TP-LINK Tether provides the easiest way to access and manage your router with your iOS and Android devices. Features • Supports 802.11ac standard - the next generation of Wi-Fi.
• Simultaneous 2.4GHz 300Mbps and 5GHz 867Mbps connections for 1.2Gbps of total available bandwidth.
• 2 Dual band external antennas provide stable wireless connections and optimal coverage.
• USB Port - easily share a printer locally and files & media with networked devices or remotely via FTP server.
• Easy network management at your fingertips with TP-LINK Tether.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
- 0845 147 0017
UK Users Tel:
0845 147 0017
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Procedures in Detail
Step 1: Contact us through our Technical Support Line 0845 147 0017 (UK) or 0818 229 000 (Ireland), a representative will help you with remote troubleshooting. If the product is judged to be defective, the representative will provide you with a unique RMA number. Customer contact and product info will be requested during this process.
Step 2: An email explaining the RMA process will be sent from TP-LINK UK.
Step 3: Send defective product, purchase receipt along with RMA number to TP-LINK.
Note: Customers are responsible for the shipping fee in Step 3.
Step 4) Once the defective product is received, TP-LINK UK Limited will send back a replacement and inform customer of the tracking number. The warranty starts from the purchase date of your original unit and lasts for 2+1 years on SOHO products regardless of how many replacements are made.
Note: TP-LINK UK Limited will pay the one way shipping fee in Step 4
PLEASE NOTE: If you register your product with TP-LINK then you can enjoy a free 3rd year warranty.
Sign in portal http://warranty.uk.tp-link.com/SignIn.aspx
Warranty information http://uk.tp-link.com/rma.html
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